Note I: Tune into a special edition of NHL Mid-Week with Illegal Curve from 6 pm until 8 pm on TSN 1290 Winnipeg. The guys will break down the Jets/Ducks series and take a look around the rest of the NHL.
Note II: Reminder that tomorrow we will conduct exit interviews with the players as they get ready to depart back to their respective homes for the summer. It will be a busy day on site so be sure to keep it locked here for the latest Jets news from MTS Centre on Friday.
Winnipeg Free Press: Difference between Ducks and Jets was huge. Ed gives us his five takeaways from last night’s game.
Winnipeg Free Press: ‘We’ll all be better’: Ladd. The Jets captain is vowing that as a result of the experience we will see a better team next season.
Winnipeg Sun: Jets were banged-up heading into series. Coach Maurice indicated that eight players had injuries, four in advance of the series against the Ducks and four which occurred during the series. There was no question to anyone who has watched this team all season that a number of players were not playing at their usual levels so this comes with little surprise.
National Post: Jets have a bright future ahead of them: Five reasons for optimism in wake of playoff exit. Traikos gives you five reasons to head into the off season with some positive thinking including: 1) Prospects 2) Defence 3) Scheifele 4) Goaltending and 5) Paul Maurice.
Globe and Mail: Three key questions the Jets face this off season. As the autopsies begin the three topics in this article are: 1) What to do in goal? 2) Who stays and who goes on the blueline? and 3) How ready are the kids to contribute?
Metro News: Return of the Whiteout was return of the passion. Hust paints quite the picture of the passion Jets fans displayed when they saw their team return to the NHL playoffs.
Global News: Alleged scalper arrested outside MTS Centre before Winnipeg Jets game. Can’t feel bad for the guy trying to make some fast cash at the expense of real fans.
Illegal Curve: Jets on a Deadline. Game recaps, post-game audio, video highlights and the NHL.com 3 Stars of the night.
TSN 1290 Winnipeg: Jets Lunch. Ed Tait of the Winnipeg Free Press looks back at the Jets 2014-15 season and discusses what the team may look like moving forward.
TSN 1290 Winnipeg: Jets Lunch. Shane Hnidy recaps the Jets/Ducks series for his ‘Notes at Noon’.
TSN 1290 Winnipeg: Jets Lunch. Former NHL Executive Bill Watters recaps the Jets series vs. the Anaheim Ducks and discusses what the future holds for Dustin Byfuglien.
TSN 1290 Winnipeg: The Big Show. Adam Proteau of The Hockey News breaks down first round Stanley Cup playoff action including the Jets sweep against the Ducks, which team is in trouble in the Eastern Conference and why Jacob Trouba shone above all else for Winnipeg in his playoff debut.